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  • IR/INFO 2020 – An Event to Remember!

    Burlington, NJ – January 31, 2020 — Infraspection Institute’s IR/INFO Conference was held earlier this month in San Antonio, TX. 2020 marks the 31st anniversary for the advanced training conference, technical symposium and technology expo. IR/INFO was attended by infrared thermographers, PdM and CBM technologists, and building inspection professionals from around the world who enjoyed four days of networking, learning, and fun in a relaxed and professional atmosphere.

  • T/IR Systems Introduces New Thermography Software

    Burlington, NJ July 31, 2019 – T/IR Systems LLC announced today the release of TI Reporter™, a new cloud-based software for infrared thermography. TI ReporterTM works with all thermal imagers and allows thermographers to quickly generate standards-compliant reports for a wide variety of applications. T/IR Systems LLC is the parent company of Infraspection Institute.

  • IR/INFO 2019 – A Resounding Success!

    Burlington, NJ January 30, 2019 — Infraspection Institute’s IR/INFO Conference was held earlier this month in New Orleans, LA. IR/INFO 2019 marks the 30th anniversary for the advanced training conference, technical symposium and technology expo.

  • Infraspection Institute Master Thermographer Seal Now a Registered Trademark

    Alexandria, VA January 16, 2019 – The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded Infraspection Institute registration for its mark and designation, ‘Infraspection Institute Master Thermographer’.

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  • Training – A Wise Use of Year End Budget Money

    When it comes to spending year end budget monies, the phrase “Use it or Lose it” often applies. Training can be a wise choice for those looking to reduce a budget surplus.

  • Renting a Thermal Imager

    Whether you are facing an equipment shortage or looking to evaluate the characteristics of a new imager prior to purchase, renting a thermal imager may provide a solution. As with purchasing an imager, there are several important things to consider when arranging for a rental unit.

  • Do You Have the Correct Time?

    Most modern thermal imagers have the ability to record time and date along with thermal images. Taking a moment to ensure that the correct time and date are displayed on your imager before you begin your inspection can help to avoid wasted time and the collection of inaccurate data.

  • Determining Acceptable Load for Electrical Circuits

    Infrared thermography is a useful tool for detecting heat patterns caused by overloaded electrical circuits. In this Tip we discuss what constitutes an acceptable load.

  • Introduction to Radiometric Calibration of Thermal Imaging Cameras and Other Infrared Instrumentation

    Infrared Calibration Equipment includes two key items: a Blackbody Radiation Source (BBR) and a Reference Thermometer. The Reference Thermometer can either be a Contact Probe or a Transfer Radiation Thermometer (TRT).

  • Using IR Inspections to Help Prepare for Heating Season

    For many facilities the beginning of autumn means that heating season is just around the corner. Infrared inspections can help point out the types of energy liabilities that can account for significant waste.

  • Why Building Corners Appear Cool

    When performing infrared inspections of framed buildings from the interior, thermographers often note that corners appear at a different temperature. With this Tip we explore the reasons for this condition and how to differentiate potential problems from normal conditions.

  • IR Inspections During Motor Rebuilding

    Thermography can be a valuable tool for testing and monitoring in-service motors. It can also be a useful tool for detecting hidden problems within motors that are being rebuilt.